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Mike Vandermause column: Credit Thompson, McKenzie for making tough calls on Rodgers

8:57 PM, Dec. 19, 2013
Green Bay Packers general manager Ted Thompson appears to be taking a long-term view on the Aaron Rodgers situation, rather than rushing him back for crucial late-season games.
Green Bay Packers general manager Ted Thompson appears to be taking a long-term view on the Aaron Rodgers situation, rather than rushing him back for crucial late-season games.
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Will Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers play on Sunday?

The answer to that burning question will be announced Friday afternoon at coach Mike McCarthy's news conference. Until then, we can only speculate, but based on Rodgers' demeanor after practice on Thursday, his playing prospects don't appear favorable.

This much we know: Rodgers has not been medically cleared but desperately wants to play. And McCarthy seems to side with his quarterback, based on his high praise for Rodgers' practice performance. ...

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